January-February 2010 News Archive
Penn State's SPSEA organization had to wait a year to see Carmen Guzman, 7, dancing at the Bryce Jordan Center, but the youngster inspired the group to achieve new heights.
Year Three Evaluation Report on Pennsylvania's Classrooms for the Future program indicates significant progress toward achieving CFF's objectives.
A recent book-collection project headed by College of Education students has far exceeded expectations.
The Professional Personnel Development Center (PPDC) in the Penn State College of Education will be holding its annual Penn State Directors’ Academy on March 22 and 23, 2010.
The EdLion Program of the Penn State College of Education will be offering in March 2010 a new three-part series of online presentations on "Managing Your Classroom Effectively."
Teaching History with Film examines how feature films set in or about the past can be used to effectively enhance social studies instruction.
As AILP celebrates its 40th anniversary, we are examining the impact of the program by profiling some of the people whose life AILP has changed.
Research published in Educational Researcher cites the American Journal of Education as being one of the eleven academic journals in the field of education that has "impact."
Cycle-Thon is coming April 17, 2010, with proceeds to benefit the SCOPE program in the College of Education.
The College of Education welcomes Phil Hoy as its new assistant director of alumni relations.
A better understanding of the early risk factors for cognitive delays would give early childhood researchers and practitioners important information about a child's cognitive development before entering kindergarten.
Research by James Herbert, Dawn Lorenz, and Jerry Trusty shows that only about half of 10th grade students with disabilities had received career assessment services.
Scott McDonald and Cole Camplese developed a graduate-level course that incorporated the use of emerging technologies in a learning context.
Susan Goldman and James Pellegrino will share their experiences setting up the Center for Learning Sciences in the Disciplines at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
The EDIT Strategy is designed for educators who teach students with writing disabilities.
Students offer a unique perspective as a legitimate means of improving educational outcomes, says Dana Mitra.
3E-COE, a student organization in the College of Education, initiated the project of installing refill stations in Chambers Building and throughout campus.
Participants of the program undergo 15 months of study in early intervention and early childhood special education.
New book edited by Gerald LeTendre and his colleagues provides rare insight into the crises within Japan's educational system
NAPDS is the premier national organization focused on professional development school initiatives.